Announcing CCA NC's Year End Fundraising Raffle
For every $25 that you donate during our 2015 Year End Fundraising Campaign, you will receive one entry into a raffle for the following prizes: Grand Prize - One (1) Costa Del Mar branded Yeti Roadie 20qt. cooler and two (2) pairs of Costa Del Mar sunglasses. Second Prize - Five (5) additional winners will each receive one (1) CCA Spinning Rod and Reel combo. Third Prize - Five (5) additional winners will each receive a $100 Gift Certificate for online purchases from AFTCO (American Fishing Tackle Company). We'll draw the winners on or around Dec. 15th and ship the prizes so that they will arrive before Dec. 25th.
WRAL Documentary "Net Effect"
A documentary titled Net Effect, that was produced by the documentary department at WRAL in Raleigh aired on Monday, October 26th on WRAL in the NC Triangle area and on WILM in the Cape Fear/Wilmington NC area. Net Effect will takes a look at the issues surrounding fisheries management in North Carolina. The hour-long documentary is hosted by WRAL News anchor David Crabtree and features interviews with commercial and recreational fishermen, NCFA lobbyist Jerry Schill, NC-MFC Commissioners, NC DMF Chairman Dr. Louis Daniel, and CCA NC Executive Director David Sneed. Net Effect will be rebroadcast in the Triangle area on Oct. 31st on WRAZ Fox 50 at 1:00pm. If you would like to watch Net Effect online, please click the image above to be redirected to WRAL where the documentary can be viewed online.
DO YOU REMEMBER THE FIRST TIME YOUR FATHER OR GRANDFATHER PLACED A FISHING ROD IN YOUR HAND?
They shared with you their passion for coastal fishing—passing it down to the next generation. Perhaps you’ll agree, recreational fishing along NC’s coast is more than just a pastime… It’s a part of who we are and what we always hope to be.
Who we are:
CCA NC is a community of recreational anglers working to protect our marine resources for future generations to experience and enjoy.
We are Driven to Fish. Called to Conserve.
What we do:
CCA NC leads conservation efforts focused on our state’s coastal resources, educates North Carolinians about our marine ecosystem, and advocates for the health and future of our state’s treasured coast.
We do this through work in three essential areas: